279 monolith Contemporary Home Design Photos

Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
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It was all about highlighting the void in the living room. The monolithic fireplace soars up to 6 1/2 meters (a little more than 21 feet). The standard ceiling height in Australia is half that. “It’s quite imposing when
It was all about highlighting the void in the living room. The monolithic fireplace soars up to 6 1/2 meters (a little more than 21 feet). The standard ceiling height in Australia is half that. “It’s quite imposing when you’re standing there,” Marie Bagnato says. The chimney has a black marble hearth
It was all about highlighting the void in the living room. The monolithic fireplace soars up to 6.5 metres (a little more than 21 feet). The standard ceiling height in Australia is half that. “It’s quite imposing when you’re
“High ceilings and frets” — yolondet
Green Elevations
LEED Beachaus in White Rock
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A natural stone patio that wraps around from the front of the house along the side to meet up with a secondary driveway. We put in large monolith stones to give the grand children something to run around and to break up the side of the house where there were no windows.
monolith stones
“Platten?” — gg1231111
Rainy Sunny
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Rainy Sunny (2008) in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Masahiro Harada (Mount Fuji Architects). Photograph: Ryota Atarashi, courtesy of NAi Publishers
“Urban infill” — patrickbarnidge
Okurayama Apartments
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Okurayama Apartments (2008) in Okurayama, Japan, designed by Kazuyo Sejima & Associates. Photograph: Iwan Baan, courtesy of NAi Publishers
“Circular” — aldocaruana
Terry Iverson Photography
Terry Iverson
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Monolithic, room-dividing fireplace with simple venting stovepipe.” “invisible doorsFloor, fireplace-Cam” “Love the floors...Open floor plan...open plan.
Monolithic, room-dividing fireplace with simple venting stovepipe.
“2 sided dividing fireplace” — mattm1387
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
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love the large pots that stand like monoliths
pots rocks monolithic
“Sago + container/water feature” — Woodley's
Cornerstone Architects
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Hill Country Residence
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This Texas house, designed by Cornerstone Architects, is composed primarily of two materials: limestone and concrete. Both appear fairly flat and monolithic, though the latter does have a couple horizontal gaps occurring on the left side above and below an opening in the wall.
This Texas house, designed by Cornerstone Architects, is composed primarily of two materials: limestone and concrete. Both appear fairly flat and monolithic, though the latter does have a couple horizontal gaps occurring on the left side above and below an opening in the wall.
“Driveway and entrance” — mchouse75
(fer) studio
Venice Residence - (fer) studio
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composition. Pierson used vertical planks of cedar wood as well as light-colored corrugated siding to break up the form. “I didn’t want it to be too monolithic,” he says. Because the house is on an alley, windows are placed to edit the views. The narrow windows let in light but alter the composition of
composition. Pierson used vertical planks of cedar wood as well as light-colored corrugated siding to break up the form. “I didn’t want it to be too monolithic,” he says.Because the house is on an alley, windows are placed to edit the views. The narrow windows let in light but alter the composition of the
“house idea” — ckora
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